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Tyler Cullis

Tyler Cullis

Tyler Cullis is a recent graduate of the Boston University School of Law, where he specialized in international law. His writings focus on U.S. foreign policy, the politics of the Middle East, and developments in international law. His work has been featured at CNN's Global Public Square, Muftah, Opinio Juris, and his personal blog, News From The Gutter. He can be reached at tcullis@bu.edu.

Articles by this author

 

For True JCPOA Re-Entry, Biden Must Tear Down Trump's Sanctions Wall

Whether Biden will clear the minefield Trump has left behind will primarily be determined in Washington, not Vienna. It will require both political will and capital.

Tyler Cullis ·


Trump Pours More Misery On Iranians He’s Claiming To Support

The Trump administration is deliberately targeting humanitarian trade with Iran as part and parcel of its so-called "maximum pressure" strategy. 

Tyler Cullis ·


Creating the Conditions for War

U.S. hawks are signaling their intent to attack more directly the very foundations of the nuclear accord

Tyler Cullis ·


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